- The incidence of the role of physical / sport activity in the modern lifestyle;
- The definition of the dimensions of kinesiology in physiotherapy;
- Means of kinesiology in physiotherapy;
- Differentiation, analysis and monitoring systems, physical / sports training;
- Selection, analysis and evaluation of physical / sporting activity according to specific needs and dimension of life;
- The role and the meaning of kinesiology at prevention, curative process and rehabilitation;
- Research fields of applied kinesiology - as a supporting discipline when examining problems of physiotherapy;
- Limits of support and research by kinesiology – at medical sciences and social sciences.
Objectives and competences:
- Student will gain basic knowledge for the identification, application and analysis in the field of Kinesiology science as a foundation for monitoring and understanding of the role that movement/sport activity has in the life of an individual and in society.
- Student will understand basic recognitions of Kinesiology in the field of planning, management and control of physical/sports training, student will also be able to transfer this knowledge to the field of physiotherapy.
- Student will gain knowledge in the field of kinesiology science for understanding the interdependence od physical and psychological preparation, through theoretical concepts and models of various transformation processes.
- The ability to search for new facts, their interpretation and integration to concept of studying.
- The ability of recognition and research of consequences of interaction between environment and human and preventive functioning for sustainable development.
Knowledge and understanding:
- When exam is passed students will know how to:
- analyse and evaluate the meaning and the role of kinesiology in the field in physiotherapy;
- understand the role, the meaning and relationship of movement/sports activity to different factors and leverages the individual and society;
- basic regulative process by the loco motoric learning and specifics of physical behaviour;
- to evaluate the characteristics of the modern approach to physical/sport activity and platforms of sports training system;
- to evaluate an apply kinesiology for themselves and others as a factor for life quality improvement (in the field of preventives, identification, creativity, therapy, rehabilitation,…).
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